White Space Communication Technologies

  • ID: 2789268
  • Book
  • 300 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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Increase the efficient use of time-varying available spectrum with this unique book, the first to describe RF hardware design for white space applications, including both analog and digital approaches. Emerging technologies are discussed and signal processing issues are addressed, providing the background knowledge and practical tools needed to develop future radio technologies. Real-world examples are included, together with global spectrum regulations and policies, for a practical approach to developing technologies for worldwide applications. Cross analog and digital design guidelines are provided to help cut design time and cost. This holistic, system level view of transceiver design for white space technologies is ideal for practising engineers and students and researchers in academia.
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Part I - White Space Technology Signal Processing and Digital Design:
1. White space technology, the background António Morgado, Pedro Cruz and Nuño Borges Carvalho;
2. Transceiver challenges for white space radio Kevin Gard;
3. Front-ends for software defined radio José Viera and Daniel Albuquerque;

Part II - Adaptable Receivers for White Space Technologies:
4. Reconfigurable RF front-ends for cognitive- and software-defined radio Erick Emmanuel Djoumessi and Ke Wu;
5. Filtering stages for white-space cognitive- and software-defined radio receivers Roberto Gomez-Garcia, José Pedro Magalhães, José-María Munoz-Ferras and Manual Sánchez-Renedo;
6. Subsampling multi-standard receiver design for cognitive radio systems Abul Hasan, Mohamed Helaoui and Fadhel M. Ghannouchi;

Part III - Adaptable Transceivers for White Space Technologies:
7. White spaces exploration using FGPA-based all-digital transmitters Nelson Silva and Arnaldo S. R. Oliveira;
8. Interference active cancellation techniques for agile transceivers Stefano Maddio, Alessandro Cidronali, Giovanni Collodi and Gianfranco Manes;
9. Highly efficient transmitter architectures Pere L. Gilabert, Gabriel Montoro and José Angel García.
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Nuno Borges Carvalho Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal.

Nu�o Borges Carvalho is a Full Professor at the University of Aveiro and Senior Research Scientist in the Instituto de Telecomunicacoes, Portugal. He has co-authored two previous books, including Microwave and Wireless Measurement Techniques (Cambridge University Press, 2013). He is Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Microwave Magazine, and the Cambridge Wireless Power Transfer Journal.
Alessandro Cidronali Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy.

Alessandro Cidronali is an Associate Professor of Electronics in the Department of Information Engineering at the University of Florence, Italy, where he teaches courses on electron devices and ingrated microwave circuits. He also has over five years of experience in industry, having held positions at Motorola and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Roberto Gómez-García Universidad de Alcalá, Madrid.

Roberto G�mez-Garc�a is an Associate Professor in the Department of Signal Theory and Communications at the University of Alcal�, Spain. He is an Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems, and IET Microwaves, Antennas and Propagation.
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